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Spotting While Pregnant

Is it normal to have slight bleeding with a little odor while going into the third month of pregnancy?

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2005-05-18 15:21:20
2005-05-18 15:21:20

It does not sound like a familiar symptom of pregnancy, however, don't be alarmed. Just contact your doctor. I hope you are getting regular prenatal care - it is EXTREMELY important. Good luck. Take care. That sounds like an infection to me

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